WNAMM09: Muse Announce The Muse Box

Demo'ing the all-new Muse Box      16/01/09

No flash plug


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The Muse Box is a kind of 'Receptor Lite' for those gigs where you may just need to tinkle your Ivory or play with your organ. Demo'ed here by Muse's Bryan Lanser, this one's a prototype with the production model due later in the year.

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    7 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
    selercs    Said...

    its a disappointment. i was hoping muse would create a synth box with a real control surface (pads,faders,knobs) but instead what have we got?

    17-Jan-09 01:52 AM


    curlz    Said...

    I don't know. It could be very cooll..I'd like to check one out when it comes out...

    20-Jan-09 11:29 AM


    arny    Said...

    v-machine seems cooler

    20-Jan-09 10:44 PM


    Anomoly    Said...

    if it came down in price... it might be usuable. (sub $300)

    24-Jan-09 01:35 PM


    jean    Said...

    Yeah, v-machine might seem cool, but I've heard it doesn't really work...

    28-Jan-09 09:47 AM


    delafuerte    Said...

    V-Machine works, but it's absolutely underpowered with very low CPU... ...It's difficult to really play with decent polyphony most of the VST aroud here.

    17-Mar-09 05:01 AM


    Alternate Mode    Said...

    I can't believe it doesn't have a MIDI OUT? KAT players need SYSEX dumps! It least make it a SPIDF/MIDI IN/OUT combo jack please!

    05-Dec-09 01:32 PM


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